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are dealt a disappointing blow in a loss to the browns. wjz has complete coverage. ron matz has today's fan cam. we'll start with mark viviano with more on the ravens's third straight defeat. >> the ravens had extra time to rest and regroup during their bye week. after they lost two straight games they declared it time to start a new chapter. who better to play than the browns, the team the ravens had beaten 11 straight times. >> the browns were the clowns, the worst franchises in the nfl. back up quarterback jason campbell has the ravens reeling in the first half on the pass to bess. he gets in for a touchdown. 14-3 browns. critical mistake by the ravens m fumbles a punt. the browns recover deep in baltimore territory, setting up another score. campbell throws his third touchdown pass of the game. an easy toss. 21-10 browns. cleveland's longe ravens about to come to an end. marlon brown was a bright spot for baltimore, caught two touchdown passes. this one from joe flacco in the 4th and they added a 2 point converse. that made it 21-18. the ravens couldn't do anymore . flacco was sacked f
to football, more frustrations for the ravens and their fans, this time after a loss to the browns in cleveland. here is mark viviano. >> good morning. while the ravens had extra timet and regroup during their bye week and after they lost two games they declared it time to start a new chapter. >> the browns have been one of the worst franchises in the nfl. back up quarterback jason campbell on the pass to bess he fakes out web for a touchdown. doss fumbled a punt. the browns recover, sets up another score. campbell throws his third touchdown pass of the game, an easy toss to varnage. cleveland's losing streak about to come to an end. marlon brown was a bright spot for baltimore. he caught two touchdown passes. this one from joe flacco in the 4th quarter. they added a two point conversion. that made it 21-18. the ravens couldn't do anymore than that. flacco was sacked five times. the offense continues to sputter. a rare loss to the browns 24-18. their record falls to 3-5. >> i thought they played well. i give them credit. we did not do enough to win. >> it's frustrating. we haven'
did was hit a james brown tune. [singing] walking out, they heard that and they made an about-face. popped out inad the back and it was bill graham. he always liked rhythm and horns. i flew to detroit the next day. if nothing happens, i'm not coming back. he was devastated. he said, you've got to come back. they dug it. who? bill graham. hock the organ and send me a ticket. [laughter] tavis: let me ask you to set your modesty aside just for a second. the me what you think contribution over these 45 years of this band tower of power has been to the business? people playingg, real music. literate lyrics, musical songs and high performance levels. all of those things, trying to serve our fans and do what we do. there were trends through the years. we thought it was disco that was our lives. tavis: blame it on disco. >> smooth jazz, whenever we deviated which we tried a few times, it never worked out for us. we stick to our guns now, and a high level of musicianship. tavis: the flip side of that lowest configuration. you tell me a lot tower of power the high point in ? we had rick
pretty good but reverend where are you hiding rooend a.m. most brown. it's in the spirit of calculation we rebuttal this with the additional community. you all raise our hand if you've met mary. you you know why she - you know, this is like a feast i didn't community project. we need to celebrate on this day. reverend brown townsend please come forward offering you're fine over there. i heard from reverend mccrepe he did a heck of a great job. we have supervisor and the mayor. the mayor is in a rush but reverend cal jones is something for green to give us the invocation >> i have a wonderful high school called balboa high school. >> we were in the same class but i couldn't play football lord have mercy i placed football and i'm praying pr it's a blessing to see you all here. we're trying to make things happen. as i look at reverend brown and side third paint and we figured out if preachers can get together we can do things across it or this city. we must continue the work that's been doing. we need to work on housing but i have to work on my brothers and sisters coming out of the pri
and applause ] doing okay. you know you've already heard chris brown was arrested for assault. last time i checked he's still in jail waiting to see the judge too. julianna huff came under fire after her pal wean costume. and, of course, nene and gregg got married last night on "i dream of nene." [ cheers and applause ] >> wendy: thank you. thank you. yeah. well, today is the kick-off of thanksgiving with wendy. it's our thanksgiving with wendy, watch and win sweepstakes. i started without you all. i heard you. i love you too. watch and win sweepstakes are on beginning today. if you win then we'll fly you and a friend to new york city. you get vip tickets for the show and we'll share a special holiday meal together. for me personally thanksgiving is not my favorite meal. so i haven't decided where we're going to eat but wherever it is i want to be sure that it's anything but thanksgiving food. but really good food. i would like to have some ribs. like food, food, comfort food just not thanksgiving food. we'll share a meal and have kitchen table talk. what we're looking for is the word of t
for the first time. >> i heard that. how did you do that? >> wendy: they were dlibs. i browned them in the pot and cooked them all day. >> you brown them and braise them all day. >> wendy: two things i said i wouldn't eat on tv and ribs wasn't one of them, fried chicken and watermelon. so if you see me eat ribs today, ribs were not on the wendy won't eat on tv list. >> i would hope you would eat anything i make for you. i would like to be the exception. >> wendy: do you know how to make crow? >> no. you made a joke? >> wendy: i made myself a bet, i may have to eat crow ontv. why are you making this in the oven? >> tell me what happene >> wendy: kim and kanye, i said he would never marry her. i said if they do, i will eat crow. i won't until the73rd day of their marriage and i want someone to come in and prepare it. why are you making this this on top of the stove and not in the o oven? >> they seem very happy together. just so you know. >> wendy: enough about them. >> anyway, so this is the way you do it when you can't do it outside. you want ribs, first blacken them in a pan like this, and th
senator scott brown, julie pace who covers the white house for the associated press, republican political guru karl rove, and former de evan bayh. karl we talked about this at great length in our opening debate. how much trouble is obamacare in? the website, cancellations, the whole deal going forward. >> big trouble. the president's job approval rating is tied for the lowest in his term, disapproval rate at its high efpl. the law has gotten more unpopular in the last week or so. these problems are going to continue. let's put this in perspective. the individual market is being affected. there are about 150 million people who get insurance through their employer. # -- 90 million will be unaffected. those are plans governed by erisa. a total of about 75 ph-bgt plans. in 2010 the department of health and humans services said at least 14 million people are going to lose coverage. that would be 20% of the people in america governed by obamacare who today have health insurance would lose it. other estimates are as high as nearly 50% of people who have health coverage subject to obamacare are g
of the sunshine ordinance and the brown act. they then next directed a city employee to release the letter on official stationery to the san francisco bay guardian and to the public. after we raised these questions, they said we'll track it after it had been used legally. today i will discuss specifics about this letter. today i just want to ask this. did mr. herrera learn to act illegally from the library commission or vice versa. personally, i think they have been colluding so long to e evade the law it's simply second nature for now. this was done completely unlawfully violation of the brown act all of this was done with private conversations between those board members led by gomez who is already recommended for removal. >> thank you, next speaker. >> good afternoon. the libraries action go on and compound. but the supervisors, your body is looking the other way and so you are complicity is very sad and inappropriate thing. last week i mentioned in the cover story i said it had problems that included the size of the friends group operation for example not just providing a party with
. brown. after debate on those two nominations, at 5:30 there will be up to three roll call votes. i would hope that one of them can go by voice. but we'll have to wait and see. confirmation of the woods and brown nomination and then cloture vote on the motion to proceed to enda. police officer michael carney fought for two and a half dwreers get his job back and he won. after he took medical leave of absence, the springfield officials refused to reinstate him because a veteran police officer had revealed he was gay. but officer carney was determined to return to the force. because he lives in mass marks one of only 1 states that protect employees against discrimination based on sexual orientation or general identity, officer carney is now back on the job serving and protecting the people of springfield, massachusetts. i'm also pleased to say nevada law also includes robust protections against this type of discrimination. officer carney testified before the house of representatives in 2007 and shared his story. mr. president, this is what he said: "i'm god cop. i've lost two and a half yea
on october 28th. they say he was in the city's mission district. neto is about 6'tall with brown hair and brown eyes. >>> now to our continuing coverage of the deadly shooting at l.a.x. tonight suspected shooter 23-year-old remains in critical condition as new information surfaces for him motive to gun down tsa agents. those who know him describe him as a drifter. his family says they received a text from him that was so alarming they called police to check on his mental state. before he carried a semi automatic rifle into the world thirdlargest airport -- a letter was found that was written before he carried a semi automatic rifle into the world third's largest airport. >> reporter: law enforcement officials saying he is being heavily sedated and under armed guard. he said he acted alone and had been dropped off at the airport by a friend. his motivation appeared centered around a grudge. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he wanted to quote instill fear into their traderou
on beating the browns. but everyone that's not a sure thing after a disappointing loss in cleveland. in fact, the browns now have a better record than the defending super bowl champs taking advantage of the ravens many flaws and showing how far they've fallen since winning the championship. but the season is just half hour. so the ravens feel there's time to change course. >> you get back to work and put your head down and look forward to the next one. you have to be positive. you have to keep your head and your eyes forward. and that's what we're going to do. >> now our focus becomes one game. and what we need to do is win one game. that's what we need to do. the momentum is a crazy thing. you have to stop theirs and build yours. you have to make a play. you have to win a game. >>> we asked you with our wjz fan cam. what's the number one problem for the ravens right now. >> the loss of too many key players which is going to take more than a year to replace. >> i think the number one problem is the offense. the offense is pretty bad right now. >> just flacco being rushed too much. our runnin
all the people behind me it's an incredible history. mayor willie brown is there (clapping) >> at the state level back in those years all of our members of the board of supervisors. thank you. our elected officials from the treasure to the our state assembly is here. and commissioners and staff and everybody from the city family our city attorney thank you for your wonderful work. wonderful work. (clapping) ladies and gentlemen in those times in those moments when people like phyllis stooped and said we're not going to take discrimination we're going to do something about it. when stuart and john looked for courage in people and they found one person among in one person who used the power of his office to make history by also to express the love of this city because that's the most important thing you love the city you do what's right no matter what the consequences that that's what gavin newsom has done. courage respect, love for the city and love for the people (clapping) >> lieutenant govern gavin newsom (clapping) thank you, mayor human resources how you all feeling?
willie brown and couped the mayor. i worked on the prestige of the san francisco project i helped in the lashgd process. i worked on the hampton building restoration and was the personal recipient of an american institute of nra for work on the building as well as a preservation award. my community efforts on behalf of the fostering and understanding civil rights and stopping hate crimes in the pink triangle on twin peaks and supervisor cowen has been to three of those events. in summer i have compassion on this building.
morning. i'm warren brown the ceo of cpmc pr i honestly say there were many times i never thought i'd see this. and as i was driving here i was reminder of a little boy who banked his head against a wall and he said it feels good when i stop. let me begin to thank the board of trustees who stuck with us through a lot of times when i would get up and explain why it was that things were just taking so long so bob we owe you a special gratitude (clapping.) i see many supporters who showed up at the hearings and committee meetings and testified about why we needed those hospitals. i want to thank you ail again. and want to thank grant dave i didn't see who's our vice president at cpmc when the times would get tough and i would go to the fellows office and he'd encourage me. it's a great feeling to be here today (clapping) and i want to say and we intentionally had everyone he sitting in those chairs because the one thing that was never at issue was no one got up and said this is a buff building that needs to be preserved. i remember moving here and driving by this building so we won't miss yo
charges against the firm. jeffrey brown takes a deeper look at the violations in question and what the case may suggest about the government's broader investigations into wall street practices. >> brown: steven cohen is not just any trader. he was one of the street's best known traders. and his firm was one of the more successful, with a record of returning 25% a year to investors. sheelah kolhatkar, a national correspondent at bloomberg businessweek has been chronicling this case and the world of hedge funds. she was at the press conference today and joins me now. both steve cohen were engaging in wrongdoing didn't have the evidence they needed. settlement of the charges against the company does not create any sort of immunity for cohen himself or any individuax3 and i think the u.s. attorney, he might have mentioned that four different times during a 40 minute press conference. so they are still looking into him. there is also a civil case with the sec which also could carry a significant bite. the sec is looking to bar stephen cohen from the securities industry for life. this is
browns. our score, 21-18, cleveland. "60 minutes" will be seen in its entirety immediately following this game except on the west coast, where it will be seen at its normally scheduled time. with a time-out, baltimore burning their final. cleveland with one left. 1:47 to playoff. solomon: most of this has been done by jason campbell throwing the football. not many runs here. both teams have struggled to run the ball but in these situations where it's time sensitive you have to continue to allow the run game to work for you and force the ravens to burn those time-outs. kevin: key play on the drive, on that third and 3, campbell scrambling for 1 -- 12 on a fourth and 1 where he finds bess on the move. second and goal at the 4. mcgahee. i don't think any gain at all. another good stop. arthur jones among a couple making the stop there and losing his hat that time was terrence cody. solomon: but by keeping the ball on the ground they're burning clock. they won't have to snap it until right around the one-minute mark. if you're rob which you would which you had, the ability to manage game
for buyer natchez third science buyer labor treason suffered an upset defeat to bottom of the table brown's five. with less than ten minutes to go down the two male escort for the home side. the lone goal bound brown tried to claim their first home win of the season the simmons and lock box score their first away win of the season beating him her to yell and the full stride knox chris that's a thing for both goals moscow's is called the game winner for the bump with some help from her notes on the peanuts is old age the twenty third minute was intercepted opens his poorly paced back post and send it around goalkeeper many of them to open the scoring that wasn't the end so bases that knocks. sixty third minutes he lost the bolted on a midfield of siam. he then posted closer than it is his seventh goal of the season but didn't get done. twice as many shots on goal as their opponents but still to count the two lines and in the ends and came away empty handed. so let's take a look at this weekend's results there you see those victories by oxford and brandon as well in saturday's winners by mu
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and '40s. browns in the '60s and the colts right now, 29 straight road wins after leading in the fourth. going all the way back to 2006. tony dungy and through the jim caldwell regime and now on to the current time. >> cris: you know, really you have to go back to the two missed field goals by randy bullock as being the difference in this game. and the other thing you have to mention is without gary kubiak calling the plays, yeah, they played well in the third quarter but only come away with three points in the second half after being so electric in the first half. >> al: a lot of things to talk about. the challenge that pagano won that we thought he wouldn't have won. second down and 11 from the 15 yard line. and going nowhere is richardson. so the defense does its job on the first two downs, stopped the clock again. they're out of time-outs. it will be third down and long with 1:43. >> cris: still plenty of time as long as you make the stop here. >> al: michele will have rick smith, the general manager of the houston texans, he will be on after the game, so he will update us. he has t
's not too brown? - i love brown! [ laughing ] - the fringe is new. - the fringe is perfect. - okay, so tim and the time travel - i was timing this: the fifth time he goes into a closet, closes his eyes, closes his fists, and time travels? i was looking at my watch. i was going, "is this gonna be - there's gonna be a another hour of this? - i do feel, though, like there was a chunk where they stopped doing the time travel. and i kept on going, "well, what is - " - and he didn't need to, 'cuz everything was so perfect! - well, i know! and then i was like, "well, i don't know "...where this movie is going." - yea, see, the thing is, this movie doesn't know what kind of movie it wants to be. - yea. - it wants to be a romance, but it ends up telling two love stories. the one between him and his wife, and the one between father and son. - and in the end i had the feeling that the film was actually supposed to be about "enjoy life, it's later than you think," but why didn't it get to that point sooner? - and the characters aren't very well developed, either. even the love interest, mary, is under
. i am now a visiting fellow at the washington -- watson institute at brown university. institutions have you talk? >> this is my third university. i taught at northwestern and boston university and i'm now thrilled being a brown. >> here is allen dulles talking about mossadegh. we will ask you more about that after we watch this. >> the government of most of that was overthrown -- mossadegh was overthrown by the shot. i will not deny. shah had triede to fire mossadegh but failed. with the help of the cia, he was ousted. mossadegh's crimes had been his nationalization of the great pool of persian oil. when it was all over, the west had held onto the oil and mossadegh had only his famous tears. >> what is the back story on this? >> the back story is really fascinating. as private lawyers, john foster dulles and allen dulles represented many of america's biggest corporations. what they promised those clients is, we will protect you. nothing will ever happen to your foreign operations as long as you have us. in 1951.s happened that showed they couldn't keep their promise. number one, mo
. >> reporter: despite all of those concerns, mark brown is now working with oil and gas companies that are fracking in pennsylvania. brownstein says the environmental group isn't in favor of fracking but it is in favor of using more natural gas as an alternative to coal because gas is cleaner. a new report by the environmental protection agency says that u.s. power plants have recently cut their total greenhouse gas emissions by more than 6%. mostly because so many have switched from coal to gas. brownstein believes natural gas is the fossil fuel we should be using until we get our energy from renewable resources like wind and solar power. >> that's what we want but we also understand that it's going to take some time to get there. and the question is, what do you do in the meantime? >> so a little over two years ago the environmental defense fund started to talk to the companies fracking for gas in pennsylvania. the ones that so many other environmentalists see as the enemy. >> and in order to make change, you have to take the time to learn their industry, learn their concerns an
jerry brown as appointed. and you know by state law you can satisfy all housing of protection levels will you not by inclusionary housing but it's a subject of many points. she says that it raises the cost of normal market rate lower or middle income housing that could be built if the costs for not only inclusionary housing but having to build in san francisco. it's it's a chronicle and they ran the same story on friday by another thorough it is interesting reading >> commissioner. >> yes. i think it was monday wasn't it commissioner wu are commissioner wu and i were in attendance at a celebration for the dhs being adopted by planning commission and the board of supervisors. it was nice. there was a christian and buddhist ceremonies and lots of food and sacking can he to drink but most importantly talking to people afterward they realize the hard part now is because of the adoption of the strategies of improving japan town they need to get their act together. the direction they'll be taking is to combine the two organizations that have been working on the plan into one. i don't kn
the transportation sector. we want to eliminate that. you heard governor brown last week he made the charge that climate change is too important and we want that to happen here, no san francisco. we added bike sharing. we are and have long been and will continue to be a transit per city and when you need a car electric cars will be a convenient alternative. in the bay area we have 12 thousand plug in vehicles and that's huge. it represents 1/3rd of all the plugs ins that are sold in the entire state and almost 20 percent in the entire country and that's because not just a because we enjoy them but we've done the right thing. with the 9 counties we're working with we've built an infrastructure. san francisco and the bay area has the most charging stations, in fact, over 2 hundred charging stations are available in more than 60 different locations in our city. we're making it vent and part of the way we live in this very quality area of the san francisco bay area. city government installed 40 percent of
that if it was a 123-year-old brown dude with a name like mohammed, everyone would be calling this an act of terrorism, which it will be. you had a man who walked in to a public place with an assault rifle trying to instill fear in the general public with a political ideology, an anti-government ideology, and all that i'm saying is if it was a brown dude with an anti-government ideology, our american entire society would be calling it an act of terrorism which it is. and i think that paul ciancia should be called terrorist. >> we were interested in how the fb ichli defines terrorism. it involves acts dangerous to human life. appears to intimidate or coerce civilian population. and occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the united states. and all of these things certainly seem to fit what paul ciancia is accused of. but isn't there a difference between someone having mental illness and using something as an excuse, you know, as opposed to someone who like goes to another country, is trained by terrorists overseas and then comes back into the united states to commit an act of terrorism?
for the noticing under the sunshine brown act. the additional material after the agenda packet goes out should be made available to the public when received or at the meeting >> okay and a as long as seven hundred is available the committee can review that that i. >> i must have missed it and i rely on what we have in the system and what the public has available oftentimes to obtain the information as well. so you would like to see it before we're able to make decisions. thank you >> i got it. >> thank you. >> i believe - the next person. ms. during rant i want some clarifications. do i have any contact with this person >> when board 3 was just the comtion was changed i contacted her because she previously applied for a seat and i didn't actually physically talked with her. he returned envy phone call and said she's interested. since that time i've tried k5k9d here on three or four different occasions to inquiry about her interest in board 3 because she filled out on a older application at that time. she's not returned my phone calls >> i don't know if it's good enough. >> thank you. th
to have with us today, pat brown from the department of animal care and control and her friend oreo. >> hi. >> lauren. >> could you tell us what it would take after an earthquake or some other emergency when you are in your home and maybe no power or water for a little while. what it would take for you and oreo to be comfortable and safe at home. >> just as you would prepare for your own needs should an earthquake or a disaster event occur, you need to prepare for your pets. and i have brought with me today, some of the things that i have put in my disaster kit to prepare for my animal's needs to make sure that i am ready should something happen and i need to shelter at home. >> what are some of the things that people should have in their home after an earthquake or other emergency to help take care of their tasks and take care of themselves. >> i took the liberty of bringing you some examples. it includes a first aid kit for your pet and you can also use it for yourself and extra meds for your pets. and water container that will not tip over. we have got both food, wet food and dry food f
and not only violating the sunshine ordinance but the brown act because they did not have enough courage to talk about what they wanted to say in a public, open meeting. >> and so what they did is they went behind the public's back, and they directed a city employee to commit an illegal act by issuing this statement to the san francisco bay guardian, knowing full well and then that they had the gal to say yeah, even though, we didn't realize what we were doing was illegal and restrakt the statement and after it had been printed in the press. and now either you have a bunch of morons who take this training and have not got the faintest idea of what is going on or you get the people who take it and don't give a... what it says. >> may i ask you a question. you provided the staff with some language that you wanted to include in the annual report? that they failed to include? >> yes. in my public testimony, regarding the report at the last meeting, i gave a number of suggests as far as what it is but i heard the suggestions from the other members of the public and i looked to see if any of t
the state and that was already surging with governor brown's leadership but again the statistics with ron andcytes invited us to her house and we talked about that with friends. so rendering and i reviewed with the folks the statistics and we've gotten one big one was the improvements of our schools being the number one improvements last year in all of the public schools in california the rainy day fund in our school district was beginning to pay off. what's going on behind that and we discovered the big drop off in the middle schools that's where the truancy starts and the resources were very much lacking even though we had as a city the elementary schools and the high schools were getting some great attention and the college track who's here today we've partnered with them and their i they've been there and we're participating there see teachers of america were there and they really wanted to bust you up this effort but we saw the middle schools being the caljic so i asked for the names of all the school principles and i got that and we met with them and had the first real lunch and we
>> i am patti ann browne. >> a university student rescued after being stuck in a 2 feet wide space for two-days. it took an hour and a half for crews to reach him. they had to break the wall to get him out. coming up at 5:15 hear from fellow students who reported missing at a live report. a stacary moment gary kubiak collapses it happened as he was leaving the field at half time at the game against indianapolis. he hunched over fell to his knees and was immediately surrounded by medical personnel. he was taken off the field on the stretcher and taken to the hospital. they have not released what was wrong with kubiak only that he is recovering well. >> an nfl player a dolphins bullying scandal was suspended indefinitely. he was reviewed by the nfl for arresting teammate jonathan martin. this after it is revealed that incognito was refusaccused of forcing him to finance a trip even though martin didn't even go. martin gave incognito the money fearing consequences if he didn't. >>> the girling hamal bam ma airport is reopened this morning after a bomb threat shut it down for several h
, the ravens could at least count on beating the browns. but everyone that's not a sure thing after a disappointing loss in cleveland. in fact, the browns now have a better record than the defending super bowl champs taking advantage of the ravens many flaws and showing how much they've fallen since winning the championship. but the season is just half hour so the ravens feel there's time to change course. >> you get back to work and clear your head down and look forward to the next one. you have to be positive. you have to keep your head and your eyes forward and that's what we're going to do. >> now our focus becomes one game. what we have to do is win one game. momentum is a crazy thing. you have to stop theirs and get yours. you have to win a game. >> the loss of too many key plays which is going to take more than a year to replace. >> i think the number one problem is the offense. the offense is pretty bad right now. >> just flacco being rushed too much. our offense we can't get it started. >> they can't figure out how to protect flacco. the ravens aren't going to do anything w
to approve a gun show at the cow palace. -- mark leno. but last month governor jerry brown vetoed the bill. many of those attending the gunshot had mixed feelings on the issue. leno says his next step is to talk with the brown administration in order to better understand why his bill was vetoed. >>anny: a bizarre accident snarled traffic on the bay bridge for our sunday afternoon. the chp says a man got out of a car while on the stand and ran into traffic a little after 10:00 a.m.. he was hit by a minivan on the decline in the westbound direction. traffic was blocked for more than a half hour while the scene was cleared but the residual effect was felt for several hours after that. the man was injured in the collision and transported to s f general hospital. no word on his condition. >>maureen: time now is 422. we will return with more headlines. >>james: welcome back. kron4 news scott rates got a sneak peek at the newsstand of the bay bridge. >>: over the next week we will start to see the very first phase of demolition. >>: the engineers have been steady and the blueprints. that's the fi
career prosecutors to my right who have made today possible ar lo brown, antonio apps and john zac, they're handling the prosecution on the criminal side. also christine magdo and mikea smith for their work on the forfeiture assets of the case and sharon cohen levin. let me take just a couple of minutes to go through and talk about the particulars of today's agreement with the sac capital companies. let me first make clear we are -- what we are announcing today is that the government and the defendants have reached an agreement with one another. it is now for the courts to independently consider those agreements and the agreements between the parties have no affect unless and until the courts grant approval. the main features of the agreements are fairly straightforward and summarized in a chart to my right. if you take a look. as you know, on the indictment filed on july 25th there were five counts. in the dimts. the total [ inaudible ]. >> we cannot hear you -- >> i will try to speak as loud as i can. >> the total penalties are $1.8 billion. they are divided as follows according to [ i
of the laws. >> leno says the neck step is to talk with the brown administration, in order to better understand why his bill was vetoed. maureen kelly, kron4 news. >>> rough day for the raiders. they were at home taking on the philadelphia egg elogist. the eagles, they blew out the silver and black 49-20. kron, ron, was at the game and showed us reaction from the fans. >> pee wee football game going behind me, it may be more entertaining. let's look at the highlights. it was rough. raider nation had to suffer through this one. philly getting the first touchdown. the raiders would bounce back a little bit. from there on out, it was downhill for the raiders. mixed for the quarterback, for philly, throwing seven touchdown passes. that ties an nfl record, by the way. he looks great. the raiders defense, not so much. which talked to dep nis allen before the game. he put it bluntly. >> old fashion butt whipping. >> naturally, the raider nation, they were not so happy. what did you think about the raiders performance. >> it could have been better. it's all right. we're all faithful fans. >>
. just brown some meat and add the campbell's skillet sauce. for a meal so awesome, you'll want to share it. everyone is cooking with campbell's skillet sauces. and now try new campbell's slow cooker sauces. >>> marilyn made history at the new york city marathon winning >>> marilyn mcfadden made history in the new york city marathon, winning the women's wheelchair race. mcfadden is an all around athlete who has made her mark in a number of sports. as jim axelrod reports it's remarkable how far she's come, given her early life. >> reporter: sometimes, she wins by a lot. >> tatyana mcfadden is absolutely flying down here. >> reporter: others by a whisper. >> mcfadden coming back! >> reporter: however she does it, 24-year-old para-athlete tatyana mcfadden is on a literal roll that no wheelchair racer that no one has been on before. >> she's a superstar! >> looking back at my year, it's been an unbelievable year. >> reporter: that may be an understatement. so far this year, she won the boston marathon. six days later she won in london. three weeks ago, she took chicago in course record time.
. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> hello, my name is kevin brown. my waif and i both live and work in your district and very much support the medical cannabis access that's grown since we moved in. since we got there there was only one dispensary and luckily for me they had some medicine i liked but all the dispensaries are different, the medicine they provide is different the healing they provide is different every patient has different needs and the more variety of providers that are variable to patients, the more chances of patients getting their specific needs. you can't lump in one or two dispensaries and say that's enough. there's never enough. there's always an option 'cause there's tons of medicine available and the wider the variety the better. the /*r it's a very diverse town and the diversity of needs is huge and there shouldn't be a limit on any district, especially not without opening up the green zones. that should happen first 100 percent. if you're going to ban anything, it should be with stipulation you're giving expansion to the rest of the city. that wo
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trade and one can see the rba is brown. and. the islamists rebel group fourteen against the regime of syrian president charlotte sell its form its own airports the army of islam published a youtube video last week which showcases two l thirty nine c a fighter aircraft was to capture earlier in the year from the syrian air force base piece of aleppo the footage only shows the aircraft taxied down the runway and it is not known if the islamist militia has experienced personnel needed to fly the planes some forces have been using nail thirty guys in combat throughout the series civil war. while assad has maintained its exterior and the fact that his forces had been using l thirty nine indicates that the syrian air force is having trouble using its more advanced russian jets according to aeronautics live their cache. two things to him it's been killed in northern mali. they had interviewed a local representative of my experience at least been fighting for independence the french government confirmed that sixty year old claude prolonged and fifty twenty oh two to the depot had been abdu
divide in both parties. you look, for example, at governor brown pushing this situation where you have kids, elementary school age kids who can declare their gender identity for a day and pick a bathroom and if some 15-year-old boy decides there is a cute girl that just went in the girl's locker room, he can follow her in there. i don't care whether you are gay, straight, female whatever. there is something a little bit wrong with that. so the thing that we have to realize is that these policies and this breakdown is really coming from the national level down to the grassroots, and that's where the real divide is. social issues don't exist exclusive of other issues. and so you take, for example, the issue of abortion. a very controversial issue. and no matter how you feel about it, you have to recognize the fact that taxpayers spend a million dollars a day funding abortions. now, that makes it immediately a fiscal issue, whether we want to c call it just a social issue or what. every single one of the so-called social issues has a high school fiscal impact. and so those of us who like
the chargers. taking on their opponents the browns, the ravens couldn't get it done for the fourth time, snapping an 11-game winning streak. the redskins have a short turn around. they visit minnesota thursday night. that will do it for your morning sports. have a great monday. >>> the wizards were hoping to avoid another win list start to the season. bradley made a case to be washington's go-to scorer. lebron & co. were too much. wizards 5-3. >>> those in virginia have one more full day of campaign ads to endure. we'll have more on that, coming up. >>> president obama is going to hit the road to do some damage control about the affordable healthcare act. >>> southbound of 270 no delays yet as you travel through gaithersburg. 55 through rockville and river road through bethese did. back with [ female announcer ] breyers. let's get together for the holidays. ♪ come on, people, now ♪ smile on your brother ♪ everybody get together ♪ try to love one another ♪ come on, people, now ♪ smile on your brother ♪ everybody get together ♪ try to love one another [ female announcer ]
there is any. as a fixed job and as a article three job -- article three judge -- >> ms. brown he e m a -- ms. brown? switch gears from the adversarial process to transparency. it is the subject of some of the other recommendations. these questions are more directed to jim and judge carr. how feasible is it for judges to with an eyens toward declassification or reduction later? just assuming we're talking about prospectively as opposed to retrospectively. is this an easy matter, is a complicated, can it be done? it was mike syrians, i do not know about the other judges with whom i served or judges today -- writing an opinion, as we normally understand it, was a very unusual event. with an ordinary search warrant you do not write an opinion you look at it, if there is probable cause you issue it as a title iii order. and pfizer order you issue it. >> in the unusual circumstances -- >> what's again, -- once again, when a judge felt the need to write an opinion -- and that is often triggered by a notice from the government, if they notice something is going on that is unusual, and by the work of
, but governor gary brown detailed a bill that would have effectively ended up gun shows at the cow palace. >> that big fight over gun shows here at the cow palace, so far it apears the gun shows are winning. this attracts about 500,000 people to its 16 shows each year. and about 5,000 of those people were here at the cow palace this weekend. at the cross roads of the west gun show, you can find guns of all kinds. and a seemingly endless amount of ammunition. the show is not always welcome in the leftward leaning bay area. bob templeton is the show's owner. >> we tried to address those concerns by not putting shines up and not doing any advertising in the immediate area in the cow palace. we took the reference to gun shows off the electronic boirds. >> the cow palace sits on state property. and a bill was offered that required approval from prvr ises, both of which have gone on record against gun shows. the bill passed both houses of the legislature, but the governor vetoed it, saying the decision should rest with the cow palace's board of directors. the gun used in friday's shooting at la
browne. >> a university student rescued after being stuck in a 2 feet wide space for two-days. it took an hour and a half for crews to reach him. they had to break the wall to get him out. coming up at 5:15 hear from fellow students who reported missing at a live report. a stacary moment gary kubiak collapses it happened as he was leaving the field at half time at the game against indianapolis. he hunched over fell to his knees and was immediately surrounded by medical personnel. he was taken off the field on the stretcher and taken to the hospital. they have not released what was wrong with kubiak only that he is recovering well. >> an
this one from sky eye chopper 13. look at all the beautiful colors in the trees turning brown, red, orange, yellow, golds. here's a live look outside. delightful sights and sounds. it's a bit chilly. it's november after all. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram is live in dwut hill park with the wjz mobile weather lab. we begin with bob turk updating our conditions. >> it is chilly for these days in november. take a look at the temperature right now. it's only 44 degrees at the airport. 50 in ocean city, 47 down in dc, 34 in elkton, two degrees above freezing. here it is in late afternoon just before the sun is going down. right now we're running 10 degrees cooler than we were yesterday at this hour. anywhere between 10 and 5 degrees cooler than we had yesterday. this morning we got down to 32 at the airport. actually, it was warmer than forecasted. 32 easton, just a few clouds around, 33 ocean city. the cold spot oakland at 23 degrees this morning. deep freeze out to the west. let's check in with meteorologist chelsea ingram live. she's with the wj
governor jerry brown a veto that bill for it many attended the gun show had mixed feelings on the issue. >>: you do see a lot of gun violence and that is tragic and it does affect families and the public. >>: hopefully they can carry out the laws that are already in place. start putting the people away who don't have the right to deserve a gun permit that the people are out here trying to take care of themselves and defend themselves and they are going to do whatever it takes. >>: a reminder tomorrow is election day. a start in san francisco. measure b would issue $195 million bond to fix of 21 parks and san francisco. foster city school district their dueling campaigns for $130 bond to address overcrowding. by rebuilding and renovating classrooms. that measure p. brisbane residents are considering an increase on a business license tax. that's maturity. pacifica residents have been hearing both sides of a debate on a measure of the an amended telecommunications tax and there's another school bond measure up for a vote and the lme has school district that comprises parts of woodside menl
loss to the browns. in the first half jason campbell passes to bess who scores a touchdown. in the second half a fumble by doss. marlon brown caught two touchdown passes for the ravens but it would not be enough. the ravens lose to the browns in clooef cleveland 24-18. >>> a woman from maryland wins the wheelchair portion of the new york marathon. she was once part of the benefit blazers a wheelchair organization here in baltimore. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next, what a quarterback and a conductor have in common. plus new york times best selling author amy tanton. we are born searching. for intelligent life. for a greater purpose. it's a journey enriched by the people we know and the things we share. we believe online searching should be the same. only at bing do you see what the web knows what we know, and now what your friends and the world of social media are creating all there. all in one search. expand your search and see what you've been missing. bing. try it now. [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing
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